AcknowledgementsAuthor ListPart 1. Foundations1.1. Technology Integration1.2. Connectivism1.3. Lifelong Learning1.4. Information LiteracyPart 2. Classroom Applications2.1. Blogging2.2. Coding2.3. Computational Thinking2.4. English Language Learning2.5. Foreign Language Teaching, Part 12.6. Foreign Language Teaching, Part 22.7. Gamification2.8. iPad Learning Centers2.9. Open Educational Resources2.10. STEAM MindsetPart 3. Legal, Ethical, and Socially-Responsible Use3.1. Copyright and Open Licensing3.2. Digital Equity3.3. Online Professionalism3.4. Online Safety3.5. Universal Design for LearningGlossary of Terms
Part 3

Legal, Ethical, and Socially-Responsible Use

The Teacher Educator Technology Competencies provided by the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) state the following:

Teacher educators will address the legal, ethical, and socially-responsible use of technology in education.

This section addresses a number of legal and ethical issues that teachers face when using technology in their classrooms and their personal lives and also provides guidance for teachers in determining how to best use emerging technology tools in a socially-responsible manner.